HJR 65: Percentage of Elector Votes Required to Approve Constitutional Amendment or Revision
JOINT RESOLUTION by Roth
Percentage of Elector Votes Required to Approve Constitutional Amendment or Revision; Proposes amendment to State Constitution to increase percentage of elector votes required to approve amendment or revision to State Constitution from 60 percent to 66 & 2/3 percent.
Bill Text: PDF
Date Chamber Action 8/21/2017 House • Filed
8/30/2017 House • Referred to Oversight, Transparency and Administration Subcommittee; Rules and Policy Committee; Public Integrity and Ethics Committee -HJ 18
1/9/2018 House • Introduced -HJ 18
3/10/2018 House • Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Oversight, Transparency and Administration Subcommittee
HJR 65, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 8/21/2017 at 2:50 PM
Bill Text: Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills S 978 Percentage of Elector Votes Required to Approve an Amendment or a Revision Baxley Identical Last Action: 3/10/2018 S Died in Ethics and Elections
Citations - Constitution (1)
Article Section Location in Bill Location In Bill Help Article XI Section 5 Page 1 (pdf)
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